Vape Pen Review: Smooth 2 Loaded Vaporizer Gold (Wax & Oil Pen)

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Now that you’ve been well versed as to how vaporizer pens work and operate, we wanted to review one of the best, and shockingly, most cost effective marijuana concentrate or dab vaporizers on the market to date.  The Smooth 2 Loaded Vaporizer Gold (Wax and Oil Pen), sounds like tongue twister when you first say it out loud, but once you use it, you realize it’s one of the better vape pens for wax, oil, dabs, etc., that’s out there currently.

Smooth 2 Loaded Vaporizer Gold (Wax & Oil Pen) setup

When you buy this pen you get one 650mah Battery, one 2 loAded Atomizer, one packing tool (dabber), one wireless USB charger, and one user manual

What Makes This Vaporizer Stand Out?

One thing that I find disconcerting from some vaporizers on the market today is the fact that they take FOREVER to use. Some require you to hold a button for five minutes, wait half an hour for the damn thing to load, or read a set of instructions that when you’re done reading, will have you thinking…..”WTF did I just read? I wanted to vape, not join N.A.S.A.” The great thing about this pen is that there is none of that.  A matter of fact, the pen comes with barely any instructions at all and you kind of have to be in “the know” as to how the heating element works, because in the end, it’s the speed of the heating element that makes this pen stand out from the pack.

The Heating Element

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If you’re like me, you like your vape pens to be quick and stealthy, especially when your blazing your dabs on the go. Unlike other concentrate vaporizers that can sometimes take minutes to heat up, this one heats up your dabs in less than a few seconds. All it takes is a double click from the vape pen’s button and you’re ready to inhale.

How to Use the Smooth 2 Loaded Vaporizer Gold (Wax & Oil Pen)

  • Make sure pen is fully charged before using (the pen comes with a USB charger that you can plug into a laptop or PC)usb charger
  • Once you know the pen is fully charged by the green light indicator, you can screw the titanium GR2 coil on top of the base which had previously been charging.titanium GR2 coil
  • When the titanium GR2 coil is screwed on top of the base, you can add your dabs, but not too much as to over-fill or block                                      the flow of air to the mouthpiece.


  • After your dabs have been placed on top of the coil, you can seal the deal by screwing the 2 loaded atomizer on top and then placing the glass mouthpiece over it l like so. vape pen
  • Now, simply double click the button on the device while inhaling and enjoy your dabs!

All and all, this is great pen at a surprisingly great price, but since it’s our first review we’ll give it a 9/10 instead of the 10/10 since we’ll be reviewing some more products for dabs.

How to Do a Dab in 4 Easy Steps

How to Do a Dab in Easy Steps

Chances are you’ve heard of dabbing, and are reading this because you want to give dabbing a try. If you have no idea what a dab is and want to know more, please check out our last post, Dabs 101. Ok, So let’s get right to it.  There are several ways to ‘do a dab’, but I’ll walk you through the most typical dabbing method.

What You’ll Needoil rig, torch, wand, nail

  • Marijuana concentrate or extract (i.e., shatter, butane hash oil, wax)
  • An ‘oil rig’ or percolator
  • A nail (glass or titanium)
  • A dabber or wand
  • A Handheld Torch

Season the Nail

If you are using a titanium nail, you’ll first need to season the nail by torching it until it is heat the nailred hot and then dunk it in cold water. Use tongs to dunk the nail and repeat the process 5 or 6 times. Now place the nail on the stem of your rig.

Heat the Nail

Heat the nail with a torch until it starts to glow. It is best to wait about twenty seconds for the nail to cool before you begin dabbing. This should give you enough time to prepare your dab.

Prepare your Dabdabbing

Scrape or scoop up a single dose of concentrate with your wand.

Take a Hit!

Slowly inhale the vapor from the mouthpiece of your pipe as you gently touch or ‘dab’ the concentrate to the top of your nail.

Cannabis concentrates are potent, and can be up to 90% THC. So, keep in mind a little goes a long way.

Dabs 101: What is a Dab?


For those of us who have been stuck under a rock for the past couple of years, are  novices in the evolving marijuana industry, or like me, have been misled by the conflicting information on the internet concerning dabs, this read is for you.

What Is A Dab?

A dab is a small amount of a concentrated cannabis extract derived from marijuana. This concentrate extract is most commonly made from boiling fairly large amounts of cannabis, often with a solvent, to enhance the extraction process, and then using a “vacuum” or similar device for refinement. ….sounds pretty easy right? WRONG. More and more cases of dabbing experiments gone wrong are coming to the surface, so we don’t want to sound like your mom, but use and make dabs with caution or risk exploding consequences. (as shown below)


Dabs can go by many different names, such as BHO, eerl, shatter, wax, earwax, honeycomb, crumble, green,  honey oil, butane honey oil, and the list goes on.  A lot of confusion about cannabis extracts stems from the lack of unchanging terminology in the cannabis community, in large part due to the many methods of making dabs and their varying consistencies. For instance, ‘BHO’ as it’s commonly referred to, is a type of concentrate made using butane as the primary solvent. While a number of variables can determine the final consistency of BHO (mostly temperature and solvent used), people use different names such as, ‘Butane Honey Oil’ (shown below), when referring to each consistency and style.


                 ‘Shatter’ (shown below) , refers to the glass-like consistency that often breaks or “shatters” when handled.shatter-final

BHO Wax, Earwax, or even “Errl” in some circles is probably the most common type of dab found at most  medical dispensaries. (shown below)



“Honeycomb Wax” or just “Honeycomb” gets the name from it’s close semblance to “Honeycomb”. (shown below)


“Green” is a type of dab that is usually dark green and gooey in consistency. This is the style most common in ‘ home-made “dabs” unless you have access to a vacuum or other device for advance extraction and refinement. (shown below)

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Warning: Marijuana concentrate making is best left to the experts, but if it must be done, it should always be done outside or in a lab setting with a specialized ventilation system to ensure proper air flow. Because of the flammable nature of butane gas, even static electricity should be avoided when making BHO (watch out for your cellphones). *These are only a few of the current “dabs” that you’ll find on the market today so if you have dabs of your own, feel free to leave us a comment so that we can be informed!